Book Review: So Twisted

So Twisted (Bad Behavior #1)

 4.14  ·   Rating Details ·  37 Ratings  ·  25 Reviews
"I was totally blown away!" —Tara Sue Me, New York Times bestselling author of the Submissive series

Sometimes it feels good to be a little bad.

Callie has found the perfect job. As nanny for a single dad and his adorable daughter, she can pay off her student loans and live in a nice house in the heart of Chicago. There's just one problem-her new boss. Definitely no dad bod here. Just six-plus feet of raw, sexual energy. Whoever heard of a dad being so hot?

From the sparkle in his daughter's eyes, Aaron can see that hiring Callie was a good decision. But Callie's breathtaking smile and long legs have him thinking about his own needs. Aaron knows it's a bad idea to get involved with the nanny, but it's been years since anyone has captivated him like Callie.

When living under the same roof proves too tempting to resist, Callie and Aaron discover a mind-blowing passion unlike anything either has experienced. But with a curious child and a nosy family in the mix, their secret, no-strings fling soon turns into a twisted, tangled knot . . .

The Bad Behavior Series:
So Twisted
So Screwed
So Wicked

TeriLyn's thoughts: 
**So Twisted generously provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.**

The story fell flat for me. There was so much back and forth and contrived angst I never felt a connection between the two main characters. I thought the premise for there seemingly "taboo" relationship really wasn't justified as they were both adults and she was employed by him at his home not a company, etc. It created a lot of drama I didn't find believable. There were bright spots of them together alone and with Delilah as well as moments with Aaron's brother Abel I found humorous and genuine.

Lori L. Clark

She Reads New Adult Admin: Lori L. Clark

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